Foundation / Corporation
Hampton Roads Community Foundation (HRCF)
In-kind grants of technical assistance services to Virginia nonprofit organizations in eligible areas for the evaluation and expansion of diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. Priority will be given to nonprofits that demonstrate an interest in expanding their assessment of and actions toward a more diverse, inclusive, and equitable organization. Eligible nonprofits must provide benefits and services to the residents of South Hampton Roads.
The Nonprofit Equity Assessment Program is designed to help nonprofit organizations evaluate their diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts and develop a plan of action to embed racial equity into the day-to-day operations of the organization. Priority will be given to organizations exhibiting financial stability and a mission that aligns with the Foundation’s funding priorities. This grant will take considerable effort on the part of the organization’s staff and board. Nonprofits should consider the investment this process will take prior to starting an application.
Grantees selected for this 18-month program will be offered services from an equity assessment consultant who will guide the assessment and follow up with the organization to include:
Technical assistance will include the following components:
GrantWatch ID#: 198725
Three grantees will be selected.
The Hampton Roads Community Foundation will pay the consultant directly on the awardees’ behalf for services related to this opportunity. Therefore, this is an in-kind grant opportunity that does not include any financial award or reimbursement.
18-month program beginning in early 2022
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Hampton Roads Community Foundation
101 W. Main St, Suite #4500
Norfolk, VA 23510
USA: Virginia: South Hampton Roads
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